Chapman Ross is the Director of Technology for FRx, Inc. and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. He has over 20 years of environmental industry experience focused on in situ remediation design and innovative technology development. Chapman is a technical expert in injection methods for in situ treatment, specializing in amendment delivery methods for low-permeability formations (e.g., hydraulic fracturing, direct injection, and high-pressure jetting). He has led the design of remediation projects utilizing chemical oxidation (e.g., permanganate, persulfate, peroxide, and ozone), chemical reduction with zero-valent iron, and enhanced bioremediation. Chapman has spearheaded the development of new technologies for remediation amendment injection (i.e., direct push technology (DPT) jet injection), conceptual site model visualization using 3-D printing, and slow-release remediation amendment formulation. Chapman has contributed to ITRC as a team member since 2018 and trainer since 2020 for ITRC's Optimizing In Situ Remediation Performance & Injection Strategies team. Chapman earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering in 1998 and a master's degree in environmental engineering and science in 2001, both from Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. Chapman is certified as a Professional Engineer (Environmental) in Massachusetts.